“If we can add 100 plays to what we already did, that would be a great starting point,” Marc Trestman says.
White Sox fans turned out in full force to support Frank Thomas.
Three rookies are getting meaningful first-team reps on defense.
The Bears held their first padded practice of 2014 on Sunday in front of a raucous crowd of faithful fans.
Fales has quality anticipation and pocket awareness but needs to improve his arm strength.
This is a story of what ifs and have nots.
Illinois has to play five home games outside Champaign next season, but that’s not such a bad thing.
Carey displays great vision and finishes runs, but he needs to work on his blocking and gain a few pounds.
Sutton is quick with good hands, but his conditioning and run defending need to improve.
Brad Richards isn’t the fastest skater, but he’s a creator and quality passer.
As free agency opens, here’s some names who could fit Chicago’s future plans.
(CBS) — Friday, when the NHL announced the salary cap for the 2014-15 season would only be $69 million (instead of the expected/assumed $71 million), there was a collective gasp from fans and GMs alike. […]
The smoke was still clearing Friday evening after the Blackhawks jumped ahead in the NHL draft to pick center Nick Schmaltz.
What are the scenarios for the U.S. soccer team advancing to the next round of the World Cup–even if they lose to Germany.
How will his losses in the NBA Finals affect LeBron’s legacy?
Fuller’s versatile and physical, but his footwork and tackling form have room to improve.
NFL OTAs are a necessary evil.
Here’s an example of something not to tweet.
It’s been called a “wart.” It’s been called a “desecration.” And it’s been called as “subtle as Godzilla.”
Tim Baffoe isn’t rooting for the U.S. in the World Cup, but he has a good reason.
Check out these photos from McNeil’s trip to Canada!
Bill Walton joins Boers & Bernstein in studio at 670 The Score.
Check out these photos of 670 The Score’s Roast, celebrating 20 years of Chicago sports radio!
Check out these throwback head shots from Score personalities.